Food Fit For A Queen

There is a point in early spring when temperatures climb just enough to wake honeybees that have survived the winter, but not quite enough to arouse the flowers that sustain them.

Environmental pressures, such as pesticide use and urban sprawl, can deplete flower populations, making those food sources scarcer. But a new Canadian-made pollen substitute may help beekeepers cheat nature by establishing stronger hives early in the season.

Pollen substitutes have long been used by apiarists but have paled in comparison with the real thing. In developing them, researchers have focused on using proteins that are cheap and plentiful, such as soy, rather than addressing the bees’ nutrient requirements and taste preferences.

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FeedBee Bee Food

Available in 500g, 1kg, 5kg, 10kg, and 20kg

UNQUESTIONABLY THE PERFECT HIVE SOLUTION TO FIRE, DROUGHT, OR FAMINE

AMATEUR BEEKEEPERS

Designed to keep your hive alive.

RAPID DISPATCH FOR AUSTRALIA WIDE DELIVERY

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COMMERCIAL APAIRISTS

Boost production and increase yield.

As an alternative Feed/Diet for honeybees Feedbee is comparable with high quality pollen.

Feedbee contains:

  • 36.4% Protein
  • 3.9% Fat
  • 41.8% Carbohydrates
  • 10.0% naturally occurring Sugar
  • 3.1% Minerals

Feedbee can be fed to honeybees mostly during shortage or absence of natural pollen & during single crop pollination.

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EXCELLENT FOR SUPPORTING SINGLE CROP POLLINATION